Offshore
 

RORC Caribbean 600 - 40 still racing FULL STORY HERE

Eight teams have finished the 2018 RORC Caribbean 600 and 34 yachts have now officially retired, with 40 teams still racing.

Albator is provisionally leading IRC One - Click image for a larger image

G New
22 February 2018 20:46 GMT
Volvo
 

Volvo Race - Turn the Tide go for the Reef Gap FULL STORY HERE

Dee Caffari will take Turn the Tide on Plastic through the middle of the world’s second-largest barrier reef on Thursday in a bid to defend first place in Leg 6.

Dee Caffari - Click image for a larger image

Gerald New - Sailweb
22 February 2018 7:39 GMT
News
 

Shortlisted for YJA Young Blogger of the Year FULL STORY HERE

A quartet of talented youngsters have been shortlisted from a massive entry for the first ever YJA Young Blogger of the Year Competition.



G New
22 February 2018 14:06 GMT
Keelboat
 

Viper 640 Worlds - Jerwood keeps lead FULL STORY HERE

No change to the top of the Viper 640 Worlds leaderboard after races 9 to 12 on Thursday.

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Gerald New - Sailweb
22 February 2018 8:09 GMT
Offshore
 

RORC Caribbean 600 monohull record for Rambler 88 FULL STORY HERE

George David's American Maxi Rambler 88 crossed the finish line in Antigua on Wednesday 21 February at 01:21:45 AST.

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G New
21 February 2018 8:10 GMT
Offshore
 

Paradox takes Caribbean 600 Multihull Line Honours FULL STORY HERE

Paradox, Peter Aschenbrenner's American 63' Trimaran crossed the RORC Caribbean 600 finish line in Antigua at: 00:55:16 AST on Wednesday 21 February 2018.



G New
21 February 2018 8:00 GMT
Volvo
 

Volvo Ocean Race - Turn the Tide extend lead FULL STORY HERE

Turn the Tide on Plastic extend their lead of Leg 6 of the Volvo Ocean Race, opening a 28 nm gap on Sun Hung Kai/Scallywag.

TTTP, Francesca Clapcich - Click image for a larger image

Gerald New - Sailweb
20 February 2018 13:54 GMT





















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